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05-06-2005 06:18 PM  13 years agoPost 1
Helicek

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Hi Folks,
Does anyone on RR operate on a unique frequency specially alotted for himself?
I use a Graupner MC24TX on 35,140mhz for guidance of my FlyingCam and I have been pretty lucky not to have been hit.
Is it possible to have R/C equipment on a unique frequency?
Please let us know if you know anything on this subject.
Cheers,
Ahmet

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05-07-2005 02:35 AM  13 years agoPost 2
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05-07-2005 03:28 AM  13 years agoPost 3
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In the U.S., we fly on 72mhz. I fly on 72mhz and have the option to fly on 41mhz on my Futaba 9C or 9Z if I choose

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05-07-2005 03:16 PM  13 years agoPost 4
Helicek

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Hi Folks,
Now about "a unique" frequency I was thinking of somthing really special. Maybe something on a different band which is not readily available to the hobbyist. (example=high band) We may have to ask JR, Futaba ,Graupner or Robbe etc. maybe they can produce a Tx module and an Rx on demand.
How much would it cost?
Thanks again.
Ahmet

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